Justin Bieber Helps Nashville Flood Victims, Hearts Taylor Swift

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Justin Bieber is all about using his star power to give back. He's been a big supporter of the Pencils of Promise organization, a nonprofit organization that builds schools in developing countries, and now the 16-year-old has donated proceeds from his My World tour to help the Nashville flood victims.

On Wednesday, JB announced that he would be giving $1.06 per ticket sold from his Tennessee concert date to those in need. In total, the Canadian pop star raised $32,690 in flood relief. "I'm really glad to be here and help out, something that's really important to me," Justin said. "Music has been apart of my life as long as I can remember."

Being in Nashville also reminded the Canadian pop star about his good pal Taylor Swift. The singer used his Twitter account to give two shout outs to the country star before his show at the Bridgestone Arena. "Nashville!!! @taylorswift13 where u at?!?!" he tweeted. "Let's have some fun today. Nashville today we give back."
Later he added, "Also congrats to @Taylorswift13 for her new #1 record "MINE"!! I still remember when we used to get 2gether and I would break my foot. lol." Remember when that happened? The two even made a little YouTube video about it. Taylor hasn't responded to Justin yet, but we're guessing she's a little busy basking in the glory of his chart-topping hit. Either way, we applaud both stars. %Poll-51046%

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